Lucy Fisher Wikipedia, Times, Twitter, Telegraph, Journalist, Baby
Lucy Fisher Wikipedia, Times, Twitter, Telegraph, Journalist, Baby – Author and journalist Lucy Fisher. She currently serves as Times Radio’s Chief Political Commentator and often contributes to The Times, where she previously held the positions of Defence Editor and Chief Political Correspondent. Additionally, she has experience working for The Daily Telegraph and frequently appears on BBC.
Lucy Fisher Bio
|Age||30 – 35 years old|
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|Birthplace||Englewood, New Jersey, United State|
|Hometown||Englewood, New Jersey, United State|
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Lucy Fisher Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||5 Million|
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As the Financial Times’ new Whitehall editor, Lucy Fisher has been selected. Fisher will start working for the FT in May after a year as the lead political analyst at Times Radio. Sebastian Payne left the Financial Times in December to become director of the centre-right think group Onward, and she steps into his position. Fisher was said to as “one of the sharpest and smartest reporters covering UK politics today” by FT editor Roula Khalaf.
According to the newspaper, Fisher will “cover the stories behind the headlines from Westminster, with a particular focus on the Conservative party and foreign policy” in her new role as Whitehall editor. Additionally, she will co-host the weekly Political Fix podcast and pen a monthly column.
I am overjoyed to be joining the FT, a publication I have long loved as a reader, said Fisher. At such a critical juncture in British politics, I can’t wait to get started in this exciting post. I also look forward to working with [political editor] George Parker and the superb Westminster reporting team.
Fisher formerly held the positions of chief political correspondent, then defence editor, at The Times, and deputy political editor at The Daily Telegraph before joining Times Radio.
She earned the coveted Anthony Howard award and a $25,000 prize in 2013 when she was 24 years old for her 5,000 word essay about her proposal to look into backbencher MPs. She consequently worked for The Times, The Observer, and the New Statesman for a full year.
According to her, “working in news is the best job in the world,” she said in a 2019 interview with Press Gazette. “Breaking stories that have a real world impact on policy and changing people’s lives for the better is what makes me tick,” she added.